Things just got a little more uncomfortable for Hillary Clinton.
Sex workers at the Moonlite Bunny Ranch are throwing their support behind the presidential hopeful with a new initiative aptly named “Hookers for Hillary” that officially launched with its own website.
The site oddly makes more than one mention of former President Bill Clinton:
Bill Clinton presided over the most prosperous time in Bunny Ranch history, which coincided with a tax increase on the wealthiest Americans such as brothel owner Dennis Hof. The Bunnies recognize that thriving economies are built from the bottom up, where the vast majority of their clients originate . . .
Hillary Clinton, as part of her husband’s administration, envisioned health care reform in the 1990’s, long before President Obama was able to sign it into law . . .
The Bunny Ranch entertains customers from all around the globe, and the girls have great respect for any woman who can take powerful men from oppressive cultures and make them bend to her will . . .
The “Hookers for Hillary” platform, according to their website includes, protecting health care reform, foreign policy experience, support for agencies that protect the public’s health, and prevention of a return to supply side economics.
Needless to say, the announcement was pure Twitter gold:
@TwitchyTeam That’s even better than the Communist Party USA!
— Elaine (@equaltreatment) April 17, 2015
Oh, it’s real alright.
“Hookers for Hillary” is actually a thing…. I’m not taking that any further, just pointing out that it’s for real. — Elissa Roberson (@ElissaRoberson) April 17, 2015
You can feel the jokes just starting to warm up…
— Christie (@RepRepublic) April 17, 2015
Was that meant to punny? Good one.
Slick Willy approved!
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